Muscle pairs. Antagonistic pairs of muscles create movement when one (the prime mover) contracts and the other (the antagonist) relaxes. Examples of antagonistic pairs working are: the quadriceps and hamstrings in the leg. the biceps and triceps in the arm.
Herein, what is agonist and antagonist training?
He did the same for other opposing body parts, like biceps and triceps. Pressing strength increases dramatically by working the antagonist muscles between sets of benching. Agonist/antagonist training ensures that you're doing enough work for both sides of the body for better muscular balance.
What is a alternating set?
There are two techniques called Alternating Sets and Circuits. The difference between them is that Alternating Sets are about two exercises and Circuits are about more than two. The main principle is the same. You take two or more exercises and alternate between sets of them.
What is the opposing muscle of the gluteus maximus?
The opposing muscle group for the hip flexors are the hip extensors. The hip flexors are made up of the gluteus maximus and the hamstrings. They perform the opposite movement to the hip flexors. If you kick someone in the shins who is standing behind you then the movement at the hip would be hip extension.